Walt Disney Archives
Animators of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs talk about the inspiration for the names of the dwarfs in this press release, which was used for the 30th anniversary re-release of the film.
Disney Legend Dave Smith reveals details about the history and sensation of Fantasia in this essay from 1990.
In this letter from Walt Disney, which appeared in a Walt Disney Studios The Art of Animation booklet, Walt talks about his fascination with animation and the ups and downs of his studio’s formative years.
During his 43-year Hollywood career, which spanned the development of the motion picture medium as a modern American art, Walter Elias Disney, a modern Aesop, established himself and his product as a genuine part of Americana.
Savvy Disneyana connoisseurs’ wishes came true when Disneyland Resort hosted the second official Disneyana Convention in 1993.
Walt Disney World hosts its first Disneyana convention, as told by Dave Smith in 1992.
Walt Disney's Academy® Award-winning True-Life Adventure, Bear Country is an exciting portrait of wilderness world.
The Imagineering geniuses behind Walt Disney World knew perfectly well what they were doing when they included a Country Bear Jamboree among the attractions of the Magic Kingdom—theme park focal point of central Florida's Vacation Kingdom.
Sterling Holloway provided the first speaking voice for one of the most famous and beloved characters in children's literature.
The last animated cartoon featurette to be approved for production by Walt Disney before his untimely death in December, 1966 was Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day.